A quick shrimp stew cooked in a tomato coconut broth with a hint of lime and cilantro. Simple enough to make for a weekday dinner yet sophisticated enough to serve to company. Serve with a little brown basmati rice to soak up the broth.
This Soy-Honey Alaska Cod with Sunkist Lemon recipe by Michelle Dudash is mild, flaky and family-friendly. The deep flavors of the soy sauce and sesame oil are highlighted by the fresh lemon and a touch of honey for sweetness. With only ten minutes of prep time and ten minutes to cook, dinner is done in a flash!
NYT Cooking: The dish that made Julia Child fall in love with French cuisine, sole meunière highlights the simple flavors of fresh fish, butter, lemon and parsley. Fish is the center of the dish, so using a quality fillet is important: A true English Dover sole is preferred. Clarified butter, which takes a few extra minutes to prepare, can take on heat without browning, making it%2...
Transport yourself to the East Coast with Bob's Maryland-Style Crab Cakes! This take on traditional Maryland crab cakes tastes heavenly... and packs fewer calories because it's broiled instead of pan fried. These crab cakes call for few ingredients and highlight the delicate deliciousness of jumbo lump crab meat. Make them for your next get-together and serve the Maryland way with sliced tomatoes, sweet corn on the cob, and freshly baked bread.
Garlic is an excellent mate for almost any seafood, highlighting the delicate flavors without overwhelming the taste buds. Pair with a light white wine at your holiday party or break out the beer and chips. It’s that flexible. Served over rice, it’s a tasty main dish.